Khloe Kardashian shared the reason she’s been away from Twitter for the past few days when a fan asked her to ‘come back’ in the comments section of her latest eye-catching pic.
It looks like Khloe Kardashian, 36, is making her two-year-old daughter True Thompson a priority this holiday week! The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star took to Instagram on Dec. 28 to share a new sexy snapshot of herself posing topless in Good American jeans and brown heeled boots and revealed to a fan that she’s taking a “little social media break” to spend time with the tot.
“Come back to Twitter we miss you,” the fan wrote in the comment section of the pic before Khloe responded with the details about her break. “i’ll be back soon. I’ve been taking a little social media break. Just pop in from time to time but I am enjoying the holiday time with my TuTu. I’ll be back soon I promise,” she wrote.
Khloe’s response comes three days after she last posted a tweet on Twitter. She decided to celebrate her Christmas with True and True’s dad, Tristan Thompson, 29, in Boston this year. The NBA star has been spending a lot of time there since he left the Cleveland Cavaliers to play with the Boston Celtics and the loving mom thought it was important that her baby girl enjoy the holiday with both of her parents. “Tristan has really stepped up for Khloe and True this last year and since he physically couldn’t be with the Kardashians on Christmas, it was a no brainer for her to bring True to him,” a source EXCLUSIVELY told HollywoodLife about Khloe’s decision to go to Boston.
The source further explained that although Khloe was going to miss being with her family this year, she was still confident in her ultimate decision to leave the Los Angeles area and head out to the east coast. “It was a tough decision for her to leave them,” the source said, adding that Khloe wanted True “to be with her dad on the holiday.”
Khloe’s decision was also probably just a tad bit easier considering her family decided to cancel their annual Christmas Eve party due to the coronavirus pandemic. She took to Twitter to share the news back on Dec. 7. “The Covid cases are getting out of control in CA. So we decided that we’re not doing a Christmas Eve party this year. It’s the first time we will not be having a Christmas Eve party since 1978 I believe. Health and safety first though! Taking this pandemic seriously is a must,” she wrote.